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Charity Theft Charges

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Published by the Pirate FM News Team at 6:15pm 11th January 2012. (Updated at 6:17pm 11th January 2012)

A Redruth woman is charged with stealing £6000 from the charity she worked for.

Sally Moore from Trefusis Road used to be a trustee at the Cornwall Animal Ambulance Hospital.

The 56 year old is due in court next month.

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